Creative Drizzle
I love this word!

I love this word!

Imagine

Every creative journey begins with a problem. It starts with a feeling of frustration, the dull ache of not being able to find the answer. We have worked hard, but we’ve hit the wall. We have no idea what to do next.

…The feeling of frustration—the act of being stumped—is an essential part of the creative process. Before we can find the answer—before we probably even know the question—we must be immersed in disappointment, convinced that a solution is beyond our reach.
— Jonah Lehrer / Imagine: How Creativity Works 

I love to create and write; do you?

I love to create and write; do you?

Thought you might get a kick out of this, G.

Thought you might get a kick out of this, G.

A simple motivation for our characters?

A simple motivation for our characters?